Puget Sound Radio’s Michael Easton on the Goddard Report about his new venture

Broadcaster Michael Easton, owner and publisher of Puget Sound Radio, takes on another challenge with the recent launch of Easton Spectator, Connecting the dots… and talks with Howe Street Media’s Jim Goddard as to how this all came about…
New “Real News” Website Rolls Out. Michael Easton

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Published on March 29, 2017 at 9:55 pm by Radio Man

THURSDAY in Broadcast History .. March 30th

IT WAS MARCH 30th … when legendary deejay Red Robinson was born in Comox BC, 80 years ago today….
When Bette Davis starred on the premiere of the anthology series ‘Academy Award’ on CBS Radio…
When the TV game show ‘ Jeopardy,’ developed by Merv Griffin, began an 11 year daytime run on NBC…
When the final episode of “Police Woman” starring Angie Dickenson aired on NBC-TV…
and when the season-ending episode of CBS-TV’s ‘The Waltons’ featured the return to the household of Grandma after a stroke that had left her (actress Ellen Corby, pictured) virtually speechless.
ALL the milestones for March 30th INSIDE.

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Published on at 9:00 pm by Ron Robinson

RIP ‘Big Daddy’ Dave McCormick

In his 50+ years in broadcasting Dave McCormick left a mark others can only aspire to.

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Published on at 4:37 pm by mikedup

This week with Forbes and Marshall

This week Forbes and Marshall visit Our Place and of course Pat joins us once again.

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Published on at 10:45 am by Radio Man

WEDNESDAY in Broadcast History .. March 29th

IT WAS MARCH 29th when Jack Benny appeared on radio for the first time, on newspaper columnist Ed Sullivan’s interview show in New York City…
When the melodramatic radio serial ‘Our Gal Sunday’ debuted at 12:45 ET on CBS Radio, where it would remain for the next 22 years!…
When the great frequency switch of 1941 sent Vancouver’s CKWX 950 to AM 980, CFCT 1450 Victoria became CJVI 1480, and Vancouver’s CBR 1100 moved to AM 1130….
When the CBC first announced it would be removing all commercials from its radio stations…
and when Jack Paar (pictured) left his wildly-popular NBC-TV ‘Tonight Show’ after five years.
ALL the milestones for the date INSIDE.

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Published on March 28, 2017 at 9:00 pm by Ron Robinson

Michael Rivero has moved over to Easton Spectator

Jim Goddard of the weekly Goddard Report Welcomes RBN host Michael Rivero, is now seen and heard on Easton Spectator

www.EastonSpectator.com

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Published on at 6:15 pm by Michael Easton

The Highest-Billing US Radio Station ($67.5 Million) Is ………

Washington’s WTOP has been the number one billing radio station in the US for five of the last six years.

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Published on at 11:15 am by mikedup

Seattle’s KZOK Has Lost its Voice

We lost a dear friend at KZOK this week, when our official “Voice of the Station” passed away, the man whose deep golden vocal cords you hear on our “sweepers” and “promos” and lots of other pre-recorded announcements, Mr. Beau Roberts.

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Published on at 10:23 am by Turn Table3

Billionaire Broadcaster’s Record Breaking Health Care Donation

Jimmy Pattison has just made the largest donation by a private citizen to a medical facility in the history of the country.

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Published on at 10:05 am by boredop

TUESDAY in Broadcast History .. March 28th

IT WAS MARCH 28th when one of Chicago’s great radio stations, WGN 720 first took to the air…
When the New York Times classical music station WQXR banned singing commercials from its schedule…
When UK pirate radio station Radio Caroline began broadcasting from a ship off the British coast ….
When we lost a Toronto radio legend Wally Crouter ….
And when New Westminster’s Raymond Burr (pictured) starred in an NBC movie ‘Ironside,’ which became (after Perry Mason) his second longrunning TV series.
ALL the milestones for March 28th INSIDE.

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Published on March 27, 2017 at 9:00 pm by Ron Robinson